I'd like to use a Tesla C2075's
VGA (D-SUB) DVI output. I installed the latest Quadro driver (as suggested by the NVIDIA driver finder) on the 64-bit Windows 7, but it doesn't seem to be working. E.g. I can't use Aero, can't set a larger resolution than 1600x1200, etc.
Is it possible, that the card doesn't function as a graphics card? Or should I install some other drivers?
Update: the D-SUB output is actually a DVI-I output with the appropriate (passive) adapter.
The driver is obviously working, because OpenCL applications recognize the device, and they can use it.